Consilium Staffing will be closed Friday, March 29, in observance of Good Friday and the Easter Holiday

Consilium Staffing’s office will be closed on Friday, March, 29th in observance of Good Friday. Normal business hours will resume on Monday, April 1st.

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Our commitment is to glorify God through our faith, honesty and integrity. With Him we will build a company focused on serving our clients, community and each other; placing their needs above our own.

Irving, TX (PRWEB) March 28, 2013

Consilium Staffing’s office will be closed on Friday, March, 29th in observance of Good Friday. Normal business hours will resume on Monday, April 1st. Consilium representatives can still be reached for urgent matters by calling the Consilium toll-free number at 877-536-4696.

“Consilium Staffing operates in the business of locum tenens and physicians staffing, but more importantly we are a faith-based organization,” said Executive Vice President Matt Baade. “It is important to us to observe Good Friday and to celebrate Holy Week and Easter.”

The founders of Consilium started the company with their Christian faith as the cornerstone for the business. Accordingly, the company has created a faith statement for the organization:

Our commitment is to glorify God through our faith, honesty and integrity. With Him we will build a company focused on serving our clients, community and each other; placing their needs above our own.

“Personally this time of year lets me reflect on what is truly in important in life: Faith, family, and service,” said Baade. “On behalf of all of Consilium, I wish you all a blessed Easter Holiday.”

"Locum tenens" is a Latin phrase meaning "to hold the place of." Consilium Staffing partners with hospitals, primary care offices, urgent care centers, correctional institutions and other healthcare facilities that may be understaffed or underserved by sourcing physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who are able to provide coverage on a temporary contract basis